Earn $10 credit by inviting your friends to try Tipple.

• Give $10 to your friends to try Tipple.
• Earn $10 when they complete an order.

To refer someone from tipple.com.au:

  1. Sign in to tipple.com.au.
  2. Click the profile icon at the top right of any page.
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  4. Click Refer a Friend.
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  6. Copy your unique referral code and share.
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To refer someone from our apps:

  1. Open the Tipple app on your iOS or Android device.
  2. Tap the Menu button.
  3. Sign in to your account.
  4. Tap Get Free Drinks from the Menu.
  5. Copy your unique referral code and share.

A few house rules
• Referral codes should only be shared directly with people you know or on your personal social media channels.
• Distribution of your referral codes publicly on other third-party websites or apps are not allowed. Any credit earned through this unauthorised distribution will not be honoured.
• We reserve the right to revoke account credit, suspend your account or cancel your order if we deem your account conduct has contravened these terms.
• Read the rest of our Referral Program Policy in our Terms and Conditions

Conditions for using store credit
• Store credits are applied automatically to your account. Store credits cannot be transferred to other accounts.
• Store credit is valid for 12 months. Any balance that remains after the 12 months will not be available for use.
• Store credit does not accrue interest nor can it be redeemed or refunded for cash. If an order made using store credit is cancelled or returned, the portion of the purchase attributable to the store credit will be restored to your account only.

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